http://youtu.be/6RyrW3aO0UI Dr. Jim Miller on the relation between sin and worship in the book of Romans. View our growing playlist of Seven Minute Seminary here.
Many forget (or don’t know) that “contemporary” worship was inextricably linked to the Charismatic Movement of the 1960’s and 70’s. This connection forged a musical style that was rooted in a particular understanding of the Spirit in worship. God was uniquely encountered, by the Spirit, in congregational singing.
Worship leader, Drew Causey, brings back some oldies. He suggests four songs that you should revive for your Lenten worship.
In a recent conversation with a friend working on the front lines of the church we began discussing how Seedbed might better serve our...
‘Tis the season! Christmas songs are playing continuously on the radio. Department stores have donned their silver and gold, red and green. Lights have...
In the cycles of the church calendar, Pentecost Sunday is the final Sunday of the Easter Season. For those who design worship, it’s an opportunity to bring in some incredible themes into the gatherings of our church. Find 10 modern worship songs for pentecost in today's article by Drew Causey.
God is the master poet, and skillfully writes the story of our lives with an economy of words only He could dream into existence. Donald Richmond shares intriguing ways that we, God's creation, are like poetry.
This is part of an ongoing historical fiction series leading up to Easter. It features the story of Jesus' path to the cross from the perspective of a Roman Centurion. It was written by Sean Gladding, the author of The Story of God, the Story of Us. This series will be posted as a daily devotional. We hope this narrative stirs deeper reflection on the Gospel accounts of Jesus' final days.
Looking for Scriptures, quotes and poems to use for Palm Sunday? We provide a list of appropriate materials to help you.
What effect does the public reading of Scripture have on worship, and how exactly should it be done? In this video interview, Christine Burkett illumines the powerful effect children, youth, and seniors can have on the reading of Scripture during worship.